How to install FlareGet in Ubuntu?

FlareGet is a fully-featured, multithreaded download manager and accelerator. It comes in two versions i.e. free and paid. It downloads a file by dividing it into multiple segments and merging it back when all segments are downloaded. Also, you can limit the bandwidth so that the internet is available for other activities on your system.

You can download and install it on different operating systems including Windows, Linux macOS, etc.

In this article, I will discuss how to install and use FlareGet in Ubuntu Linux.

Features of FlareGet

The key features of FlareGet are –

  • Multithreading support
  • Cross-platform
  • Fast download by segmentation of files
  • Automatically grabs URLs from clipboard
  • Easy integration with nearly all browsers
  • Has a queuing and scheduling option
  • Multilingual support

How to install FlareGet in Ubuntu

FlareGet on Ubuntu can be installed by using FlareGet debian package. Now to install FlareGet on your Ubuntu system first go to its official download page and click on the download button which is given below the FlareGet 5.0.0(Deb) as you can see in the given image.

download flareget

Alternatively you can download it by executing the given command in your terminal –


Once package is downloaded, move to the download location and use the given command to install it on your Ubuntu system –

sudo dpkg -i Downloads/flareget_5.0-1_amd64.deb

Now if it shows any dependencies error then run the given command in your terminal –

sudo apt install -f

fix dependencies

Press y if it ask for your confirmation to download some packages.

Open FlareGet on Ubuntu

After the installation of FlareGet on your system you can launch it from the Ubuntu’s activities dashboard. Search FareGet and click on its icon when it appears as you can see in the image below.

install flareget

FlareGet integration with browser

To integrate FlareGet with your browser, first choose your browser. This will bring you to the FlareGet’s extension page of respective browsers.

Click on Add to add it to your browser.

browser extension

Now the following image shows the user interface of FlareGet.

user interface Flareget


Ok so I hope you have successfully installed FlareGet on your Ubuntu system. Now if you have a query or feedback then write us in the comments below.

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